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pollard qualifies it as must see tv. jerry sandusky is your tour guide for the show -- gerry sandusky is your tour guide for the show. a six year veteran is facing federal charges. the amount of drugs that have allegedly moved to the chicago area is staggering. five-to-10 tell it -- kilograms of cocaine and a pound of marijuana. . $25,000 per kilo. this is a legend major trafficking. also, the authorities have a list of nfl players whom he supplied with drugs. this is a story that will likely leave a lasting mark across the league. >> no kidding. >> that is disturbing. he designed a $5 million contract. the what in the world is he doing, allegedly? >> bubp next, a look at the forecast. m ba llral,was m ba unl llral,was vet.veou >> coming in tonight, the accident in park bill that claimed the life of a 15-year- old boy. plus, a new provision concerning same-sex couples and how those married in other states could also >> just a little bit of snow going to make its way. >> the mountains are going to get some. in the 40's for the next few days. >> thanks for joining us. [captioning made p
disturbinn new information about former penn statee-3 pootball coaah jerry sandusky phis morning.sandusky applied - to coach at juniata college ááafteráá the sex aause invessigation began.he was turned down.. but there are reports that he still wwnt to the college frequently.. devellpment center.the chool says it never received any complaintssabout sandusky. 3 3 in this morning's waste watch... can state overnment use taxpayer dollars to ue people... who sue ááhemá? áttemá?that's the question being asked... in court hearing to dismiss a 100 million dollar lawsuit filed plaintiffs challenging a masssve state ceeter project. several business ownerssfiled &pawarred to developers with pplitical ties to gooernoo maatin o'malley.in court wednesday... lawyers for the state threatened to prooeed with their claim.... if the - plaintifff don't drop their case..- 3 < "imagiie the implicctions if a citizzn who sued the government the whole reason the first amednment exists is to akeesure those things don't happen."> happen."> fox45 filed
out on the jerry sandusky case. let's go "outfront." >>> i'm erin burnett, outfront tonight,a major concession the president and leading democrats will drop a surtax on millionaires as the way to pay for the payroll tax cut extension. this is a huge step in breaking the impasse that threatened the tax cut and may have shut the government down again. here is the bottom line. the ds and rs each fought for one big thing this payroll tax battle and that is a nonstarter for the other side. the surtax for the democrats and the keystone pipeline for the republicans. now whether you love or hate either one of those ideas, the fact was this, both were deal breakers. we've been saying this all week. and compromise really isn't that hard. here's the decent proposal we've been putting out there as an example. extend the tax cut for those makes less than $75,000. that costs about $48 billion. but you can pay for it by charging more to mortgage lenders and more to millionaires for medicare. it actually comes out even. and there's a lot of different pieces to this puzzle that will work. we are get
about but everybody wants to hear your point of view. if jerry sandusky did do these things, is it possible his wife of 45 years didn't know? >> it's absolutely possible she did not know. right now i think the statements we're hearing released rea her husband's attorney are statements of support and i believe that's because the defense needs those statements of support from his family right now. >> anything i guess to support his character. the accusations, though, of course have been numerous now. 12 boys or more. extremely scri lly descriptive, them. when you first learned, what's your sense how long it could take if indeed this happened in the case for her to come out of denial? >> you know, in our particular case we were recently divorced, had been married 10 and a half years. it was all very recent working through that issue and when the fbi informed me what was going on, i was in denial. and this is a guy that i was already upset with because i wasn't sure why we had got ann divorce but, boy, we'd gotten one. so i was in denial. and for so many reasons that had nothing
on the jerry sandusky case. let's go "outfront." >>> i'm erin burnett, outfront tonight, breaking news with a big move in washington in a major concession the president and leading democrats will drop a surtax on millionaires as the way to pay for the payroll tax cut extension. this is a huge step in breaking the impasse that threatened the tax cut and may have shut the government down again. here is the bottom line. the ds and rs each fought for one big thing in this payroll tax battle and that is a nonstarter for the other side. the surtax for the democrats and the keystone pipeline for the republicans. now whether you love or hate either one of those ideas, the fact was this, both were deal breakers. we've been saying this all week. and compromise really isn't that hard. here's the decent proposal we've been putting out there as an example. extend the tax cut for those making less than $75,000. that costs about $48 billion. but you can pay for it by charging more to mortgage lenders and more to millionaires for medicare. it actually comes out even. and there's a lot of different pie
the child sex abuse charges surfaced against jerry sandusky. the money will be used to bridge for research projects in engineering and other disciplines. the university says it will use in part to recruit and retain--were crude and obtained top students and faculty. >>darya: we are back with more in just a couple of minutes to. we are focusing on the weather as the storm moves out. here is a look at the james lick in san francisco. we will be right back. costs >>mark: here is a live look from the nasdaq this morning. here's a look at what we are expecting to date. a huge drop in the number of americans filing for unemployment. the smallest number we have seen in three years with only three of its 66,000 americans filing. dow futures are up 111 points. michael course, the clothing maker is one of the many companies going public. this is the biggest week for ipos on wall street in four years. >>erica: we are tracking the san mateo bridge as a potential hot spot. within the past couple of minutes i have seen several emergency vehicles including chp cruisers rushing to the scene. we're current
in the jerry sandusky allegations. he told reporters that this isn't a criminal investigation and says the school board has given him free reign to look into the school's involvement. >>> 28 military veterans tried to sue for allowing a culture of behavior exist in the military. the judge called the allegations troubling, but said the judiciary cannot intervene in military discipline. >>> police in vienna, virginia, need your help finding this man wanted for credit card fraud. police believe he used a woman's credit card at several locations in vienna and alexandria last month. investigators are hoping these pictures will help bring him to justice. >> crash. 115 vehicles have made the list of top safety picks by the insurance institute for highway safety. just 70 cars, trucks and suvs earned that award last year. every automaker has hat least one vehicle on the safety top list. >> that tells the consumer these going to be seriously protected in impacts and rollover crashes. >> kerns about rollover crashes are why the insurance institute paid close attention this year to proof strength.
all the evidence. earlier this week jerry sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing. >>> as the iraq war comes to an end you have to think of the 83 heros from our state that have lost their lives live lives. abc 2news with the final countdown. >> reporter: after nine years so much violence in iraq and controversy at home, the war is over. in baghdad today, the last of 4,000 troops cased the united states forced flag and will soon send home. a million and a half served here, 4500 died. >> the cost was high. the blood and treasure of the united states and also for the iraqi people. those lives have not been lost in vain. they gave their -- to an independent, free iraq. >> reporter: shaun fox is one of the last left. he was 14 when this war started. he shipped almost everything home. >> i have -- pretty much just got my bag, just a lot of clothes, and i guess the most important thing is my laptop over here, something to keep me sane waiting to go home. >> reporter: before that one more mission. he preps his men to help provide security for today's ceremony. they dr
against jerry sandusky will be finished by the end of the academic year. a former assistant football coaches accused of sexually abusing 10 boys. he waved his preliminary hearing yesterday, pleaded not guilty, and requested a jury trial. >>> samsung's calendar to the iphone is on sale now. >> rob nelson has more. >> there's finally a release date for the samsung galaxy in the u.s., today. it will run the software called ice cream sandwich. verizon is selling it for $300. android's program will likely be named after an actress who was the voice of star trek characters. it's now often just a few dollars fordifference between electronic books and regular books. 13.5 million ipads are predicted to be sold this quarter. i am rob nelson. >>> let's look at traffic and weather. >>adam caskey joins us. pretty mild out there. >> in the 40's. normally and you would be scraping the frost from the windshield. it would be near freezing. that's not the case this morning. >> you can sleep late because you don't have to scrape the windshield. >> don't get used to these conditions. the cold front is
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)